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Project Get Ready Helps Roll Out PEV-Ready Cities Across the US

Rocky Mountain Institute is launching "Project Get Ready" to help US cities evaluate and prepare for electric vehicles in 2011 and 2012.

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National Poll Shows Strong Bipartisan Support
for Plan to Expand Electric Vehicles

Rocky Mountain Institute is a leader in energy innovation solutions, and their team is inviting you to get involved in this EV rollout across America. You can send them your ideas, become a technical adviser or become a sponsor.

Early plug-in leaders are critical to drive the momentum for early EV launches, and when early adopters share lessons with cities who are following closely behind, we will dramatically increase the momentum of EV (Electric Vehicle) adoption and use.

Project Get Ready

Project Get Ready is a non-profit initiative led by Rocky Mountain Institute, in conjunction with a wide array of partners and technical advisers. Project Get Ready will:
  • Create a dynamic “menu” of strategic plug-in readiness actions including the “business case” for each action.
  • Provide a web database of American and international plug-in readiness activities.
  • Convene at least 20 cities as well as technical players regularly to discuss their lessons learned and best practices, and report these conversations on our website and materials.
  • And more!

Report: Electric Vehicles in America

Some cities in America have prepared for plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) for years, but the PEV transition will soon affect much of the U.S. relatively quickly. With the first wave of vehicles upon us (starting by the end of 2010), initial PEV fleets will hit specific areas where, for a number of reasons, readiness and appetite is highest. Pioneering cities can make the roadmap to PEV readiness much clearer and shorter for those who are less-prepared. It is not too late for newcomers to the game to prepare to join the next wave of PEVs by taking lessons from the leaders to more rapidly “get ready.”

Read the full report "PEV Readiness Study - EVs in America" to view full city rankings, and key enablers that cities can pursue to enable a functional PEV market in the future. (Please note: You will be redirected to and asked to provide contact information to access the report)

Plug-in Electric Vehicles (PEVs) Readiness

Community PEV readiness, includes:
  • Regulatory environment
  • Infrastructure readiness
  • Consumer readiness
  • Operating environment

Some of the "leaders" in the PEV readiness transition include:

  • San Francisco
  • Los Angeles
  • San Jose
  • Sacramento
  • Portland
  • Seattle
  • Phoenix
  • San Diego
  • Riverside
  • New York
  • Orlando
  • Austin
  • Denver

Edited by Carolyn Allen
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